Skin Cancer Treatment and Screening

When you think about skin cancer, it can cause stress wondering if those days on the beach or playing in the sun are going to come back to haunt you down the road. Skin cancers, such as basal cell, squamous cell, and melanoma, are caused...

It's common knowledge, we all know it's true, with age, the skin suffers natural wear-and-tear, but with proper skin care and a good knowledge of dermatology, we can slow down these inevitable effects. Much of what we think of as natural aging is in fact...

Yes, summer has arrived, and it's time to start focusing on sunscreen and skin care protection. We all enjoy getting outdoors and getting into our golfing and hiking routines, but don't forget that the blazing summer sun can cause havoc to your skin. Know About Sunscreen...

A skin tag is nothing more than a small flap of tissue that hangs off the skin by a connecting stalk and is not skin cancer. Skin tags are not dangerous. Most often they are found on the neck, chest, back, armpits, under the breasts...

Skin moles can range from harmless freckles to dangerous skin cancer lesions and it is of vital importance that we all learn the differences. Skin Cancer and Moles Though they might look unsightly, benign moles, lumps, and bumps on the skin, many times insurance will not pay...

What Is Mohs Surgery Mohs surgery is a microscopically guided procedure for skin cancer removal. A medical student at the University of Wisconsin, Frederick Mohs (pronounced “mo-ze) developed this technique more than 60 years ago. Since that time, the procedure has been advanced and refined. Today,...

Moles, brown age spots, and growths on the skin are usually harmless, but not always worth getting checked out. It is also important to note that anyone who has greater than 100 moles is at a higher risk of Melanoma. The good news is there are...

An annual skin exam is vitally important in the finding and diagnosis of skin cancer, the most common cancer found today. Melanoma, a deadly form of skin cancer accounts for more than 75% of all deaths from skin cancer. Melanoma. If detected early, is highly curable. Having...

Simply said, if you live your life without sun protection, your chances of needing skin cancer treatment at some point, exponentially goes up. Yes, we all love the sun, it feels good on our skin, it has the vitamin D that we need and that we...